Welcome to the Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering at the Whiting School of Engineering at The Johns Hopkins University. The Department’s research and teaching are deeply interdisciplinary and targeted at solving some of the world’s most challenging problems, ranging from the development of new therapies to conquer cancer to the creation of earth-friendly biofuels and other sources of energy to the design of molecular electronics and more.
Here, you will have the opportunity, not only to learn from faculty who are world-renowned leaders and innovators in their fields but also to work side by side with them, creating knowledge and developing your leadership skills through collaborative research. Moreover, the content of our curriculum is on par with the state-of-the-art developments in our field and related disciplines.
The Department currently has 16 full-time faculty members and 13 affiliated faculty and research scientists. We are home to 23 postdoctoral fellows, 80 Ph.D. students, 28 MSE students and 311 BS students. Our graduates are in high demand by academia, industry and government, and many find their places in the chemical, pharmaceutical, medical, law and even financial sectors.
Our graduates are in high demand by both academia and industry, and many find their places in the chemical, pharmaceutical, law and even finance sectors. If you would like more information about the Department and its programs, please contact our Senior Academic Coordinator, Caroline Qualls (410-516-4166).
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